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HN15

Extender and Multiplier HDMI over LAN Tx and Rx compatible IR and TCP/IP

Product ID HN15

Technical summary

  • Includes Tx transmitter module and Rx receiver module. Possibility of acquiring additional Rx receiver modules for multipoint connections (reference HN16).
  • Maximum supported resolution of up to 1920 x 1080.
  • HDMI resolutions: 480i 60Hz, 480p 60 Hz, 576i 50 Hz,576p 50 Hz, 720p 50/60 Hz, 1080i 50/60 Hz and 1080p 50/60 Hz.
  • Distance in point-to-point direct connection mode: 120 m (Cat.5, Cat.5e and Cat.6).
  • Maximum number of receiver modules in the same environment: 253 Rx receivers.
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TCP/IP

RJ45

FullHD 1080p

HDMI

Product available. Delivery time 1-3 days. 2 years warranty. 14 days return period.
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HDMI extender through local network (LAN) or point-to-point cable connection. Kit that consists of transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) that are interconnected with each other via Cat.5 UTP cable or through a LAN Ethernet network. It can work in conjunction with an ethernet network, sharing data with other users, hubs, routers, etc. Model with IR (infrared) signal transmission that allows sending remote control commandsto the HDMI player. It is possible to work with the following operations:

  1. Point to point connection . Tx and Rx are connected by UTP cable. The permitted cable distances are 120 m (Cat.5, Cat.5e or Cat.6).
  2. Point-to-multipoint connection over Ethernet . This allows the use of an existing ethernet network to connect a Tx to one or more Rx. LAN switches do multiply functionsand the HDMI signal is encoded in ethernet data packets to be transmitted as data from an ethernet network. The HDMI emitter signal is displayed simultaneously on all HDMI screens connected to the receivers. The use of wireless ethernet transmissions is possible but the quality of the HDMI signal depends on the quality of the transmission.
  3. Point-to-multipoint connection over Ethernet and remote. This allows the use of an ethernet network and an existing router to connect a Tx to one or several Rx. The LAN switches act as multipliers and the HDMI signal is encoded in ethernet data packets to be transmitted as data from an ethernet network. The HDMI emitter signal is displayed simultaneously on all HDMI screens connected to the receivers. The Rx may be in different locations cconnected by routers. The quality of the transmission depends on the bandwidth of the data connections.
Specifications
  • Includes Tx transmitter module and Rx receiver module. Possibility of acquiring additional Rx receiver modules for multipoint connections (reference HN16xHN16 - Extender and Multiplier HDMI over LAN Rx compatible IR and TCP/IP).
  • Maximum supported resolution of up to 1920 x 1080.
  • HDMI resolutions: 480i 60Hz, 480p 60 Hz, 576i 50 Hz,576p 50 Hz, 720p 50/60 Hz, 1080i 50/60 Hz and 1080p 50/60 Hz.
  • Distance in point-to-point direct connection mode: 120 m (Cat.5, Cat.5e and Cat.6).
  • Maximum number of receiver modules in the same environment: 253 Rx receivers.
  • Tx module connectors: 1 x HDMI female (connection to the HDMI transmitter), 1 x RJ45 female (interconnection of modules) and 3.5 mm female minijack (IR emitter connection).
  • Rx module connectors:1 x HDMI female (connection to the HDMI receiver), 1 x RJ45 female (module interconnection) and 3.5 mm female minijack (IR receiver connection).
  • It is supplied with infrared emitter and receiver (IR) for connection to the Tx and Rx modules respectively.
  • Consumption: 3W each module.
  • Two 5 VDC power supplies are included.
  • Module size: 79 x 92 x 28 mm (120 g).


Brand

BeMatik
Sizes
Weight: 0.74 Kg.
Product measures:
Width: 7.9 x Depth: 9.2 x Height: 2.8 cm.
Number of packages: 1
Package sizes:
19.2 x 13.4 x 8.4 cm.Package volume: 2161.152 cm3.
This product is not available with different sizes
Color unspecified

[!] Weights, sizes, colors and shapes are only approximate and may differ from those represented, although the functionality of the product never differ with those specified

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Technical terms used
  1. 1080p

  2. Categories network cables

  3. HDMI

  4. Hz

  5. Jack connector

  6. RJ45

  7. Types of network cables (UTP, FTP, STP)

  8. VDC

1080p

1080p is an alternative name for the maximum resolution used in high definition television (HDTV). The number 1080 represents 1080 lines of vertical display resolution, while the letter p stands for progressive scan and non-interlaced.

Fuente de la información sobre 1080p: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/1080p

Categories network cables

Depending on the quality and type, network cables are classified into categories that help us know the characteristics of them.

The categories of network cables most commonly used are:

- Category 5
- Category 5e
- Category 6
- Category 6
- Category 7

As can be seen, category 5e (enhanced or improved) and category 6A (Augmented), are an improvement of categories 5and 6, respectively, which it has improved the top speed and bandwidth.

The higher the category, the higher the speed of maximum data, the maximum 100 meters distance as its standard.

You can see a table which shows the 5 categories, where V is the maximum velocity, D is the maximum and MHz frequency which can work away.


Categories network cables


HDMI

The acronym "HDMI" stands for "High Definition Multimedia Interface".

The HDMI interface allows transmission of video and audio between devices, supporting video resolutions 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1440p, 1600p.

Different HDMI versions

HDMi 1.0
- December 2002.
- Maximum transfer of 4.9 Gbit/s.
- Supports up to 165 Mpixels/s video mode (1080p or UXGA 60Hz) and 8-channel/192 kHz/24-bit audio mode.

HDMI 1.2
- August 2005.
- Added support for One Bit Audio, used on Super Audio CDs, up to 8 channels.
- Availability HDMI Type A connectors for PC.

HDMI 1.3
- June 2006
- Bandwidth 340 MHz.
- Data rate of 10.2 Gbit/s.
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD,

HDMI 1.4
- Send video and audio HD
- Data and 3D video.
- FullHD to XHD (eXtended High Definition) up to 4096 2160 pixels (24 frames per second) or 3840 2160 (30 fps).
- Audio Return Channel that will need fewer cables to have a surround sound system connected to the TV.
- Built-in Ethernet connection cable with speeds up to 100 Mbit/s own.

HDMi 2.0
- September 2013
- Bandwidth of up to 18 Gbit/s
- 4K @ 50/60 (2160p) video
- Up to 32 audio channels to a multi-dimensional immersive experience
- Up frequency 1536kHz for maximum audio fidelity sound
- Simultaneous Delivery 2 streaming video to multiple users on the same screen
- Streaming audio up to 4 users
- Support theater angle 21:9 radio
- Dynamic synchronization of video and audio in streaming
- Extensions of CEC commands to control multiple devices from a single point.


Type HDMI

Type A (picture 1): It is the standard connector used in almost all devices.
Type B (picture 2): A connector rarely used.
Type C (picture 3): A connector widely used in tablets, smartphones and other devices.
Type D (picture 4): A connector used in smartphones.
Type E (picture 5): IA connector used for vehicles connectivity.

HDMI


Hz

One hertz is one cycle per second, meaning repeating cycle as an event. For example, hertz is applied physics measuring the number of times for a second wave (either acoustic or electromagnetic) is repeated or can be applied, among other uses, to ocean waves that reach the Beach vibrations per second or a solid. The quantity that measures the frequency hertz is called,in this regard, the inverse of the period. One hertz is an oscillation frequency of suffering a particle over a period of one second.

Fuente de la información sobre hz: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hercio


Jack connector

We can find 3 types of jack connector, monaural TS connector (tip-sleeve), TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) and TRRS stereo plug (tip-ring-ring-sleeve) which is used in most mobile devices, tablets, MP3 etc ...
We can difference these 3 types of connectors according to their diameter:

1. 6.35 mm jack connector or TS.
2. 3.5mm minijack connector or TRS, is the most common, usually used in headphone's output of portable devices.
3. 2.5mm jack connector or TRRS.

It consists of a maximum of three connecting parts being called the largest mass or negative polarity and two smaller size located more towards the end of the connector,
The called positive that correspond to each channel, such three-part plug can transmit signals in two separate channels, also known as stereo signals. There's a mono version, consisting of only two parts, a negative and a positive.

A. Protector
B. Stem
C. Ring
D. Tip
E. Kindred
F. Ring (Signal Right)
G. Tip (Signal Left)

Jack connector


RJ45

When we talk about RJ45 ("Registered Jack" 45) we refer to a telecommunications network interface for wired connection of voice and data equipment.

This connector has 8 pins or connections and may have a specific category depending on the data transfer speed and bandwidth (category 5e, 6, etc.)

The common application is their use in Ethernet network cables under TIA/EIA-568-B standard that defines the arrangement of pins (pinout), but can also be used for other applications.

- Direct pin diagram:

EIA-568A
Pin No.1: WHITE-GREEN
Pin No.2: GREEN
Pin No.3: WHITE-ORANGE
Pin No.4: BLUE
Pin No.5: WHITE-BLUE
Pin No.6: ORANGE
Pin No.7: WHITE-BROWN
Pin No.8: BROWN

EIA-568B
Pin No.1: WHITE-ORANGE
Pin No.2: ORANGE
Pin No.3: WHITE-GREEN
Pin No.4: BLUE
Pin No.5: WHITE-BLUE
Pin No.6: GREEN
Pin No.7: WHITE-BROWN
Pin No.8: BROWN

- Schematic of crossed pins:

The crossover cable has one end with EIA-568A scheme and the other one with EIA-568B.

RJ45


Types of network cables (UTP, FTP, STP)

UTP cable is standard twisted pair is referred by its acronym UTP (Unshiedld Twiested Pair/Unshielded Twisted Pair). The major advantages of this cable are its low cost and ease of handling. Its main disadvantages are a higher error rate compared to other cable types and their limitations to work at high distances without regeneration. FTP is a type of cable caracteriza that each twisted pair is uniformly during creation. A comprehensive screening of all pairs is performed by a apantallante outer sheet. This technique allows to have similar characteristics to the shielded cable. STP is characterized by that each pair is covered with a metal mesh, in the same way that the coaxial cables, and the set of pairs is coated with a sheet apantallante. Referenced frequently with their acronym STP (Shield Twisted Pair/Shielded Twisted Pair)

Types of network cables (UTP, FTP, STP)


VDC

VDC would be the abbreviation for Volt Direct Current which translated would volts direct current. The idea of ??this type is unidirectional current to the load. Direct current is normally produced by batteries, thermocouples, solar cells and a dynamo electric machine type. The direct current can flow in conductors such as wires, but may also flow through semiconductors, insulators ... In the image: 1 - current per pulse 2 - Direct Current (DC) 3 - Alternating Current (AC) 4 - Variable Current

VDC


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